our beloved friends, who have gone
and more deserving, they are
Our German forefathers had a very kind religion.
that, after death, they would meet again
all the good dogs that had
been their companions in life.
I wish I should believe that
too. - Otto Von Bismark
Heaven goes by favor.
If it went by merit, you would stay
and your dog would go in. - Mark Twain
I am his highness' dog at kew; Pray tell me, sir, whose dog are
you ? - Words penned by Alexander Pope on a dog collar
? - 08/05
Jasmine was a favorite of all of the children at
Lynwood Howe Elementary School, in Culver City.
As a neighbor, there were many times that I would
see the kids stop on their way going to or from school
to give Jasmine a pet, and she just loved everyone.
1993 - 2005
Chocs was my goofy and cuddly boy; he just loved being
with me wherever I would go, and he loved everybody else too.
He always had a smile on his face, even when he was hurting.
? - ?
Turbo was a pure bread German Shepard with Dwarfism.
The vets didn't think he would live beyond a year,
but he lived many years beyond their expectation, and
brought much happiness to the Drulis family.
Scout, was the son of Choc's & Seeta, he died at
only a few years old, and is now with his father.
Nigel, Riggs, & Ruger
Riggs, the McNab in the center, lived a doggy dream life on
a ranch in Visalia, where he had friends and lots of room to play.
Which reminds me of how my father used to tell me...
"The city is no place for a dog".
To which, I must ask, then what kind of a place is it for a person ?
My very first dog,
He was sort of a
doggy Rebel without a cause.
Lord knows what he
thought of us; he was always
looking to get out and
My siblings and I spent
a lot of time chasing him down,
after he slipped
through the front door.
He was with us until I
was about 12 years old.
In spite of it all, we
all love you Frisky !